PSYCHOLOGY

Be Nice Always, The World is Small

You get what you pay for” is a sentence to describe how Karma works in the world. Whether you realize it or not, the world is a circle and small.

What you did to others, it could be back to you again. If you do the good things, the good things will come to you back. In contrary with good things, surely you don’t want the bad come to you. But in reality, we can’t deny that we aren’t always be perfect to be good person.

So now this post is aimed to be reminder how small the world is. If we are able to be good people in order to get good karma, why we must follow our ego to do bad things?

When I discussed hard regarding this topic, a friend of mine said “Indeed Anna! The world is small, but the ego is big. Which one do you choose then?”

Happy Sunday!
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In Bahasa Indonesia

Kita tak pernah menyangka bahwa apa yang kita perbuat kepada orang lain maka suatu saat akan berbalik kepada kita. Dunia ini kecil dan bulat.

Sadar atau tidak, hal baik yang kita lakukan pada orang lain akan berbalik menjadi sumber kebaikan pada kita. Demikian juga bila hal buruk yang kita lakukan, pastinya kita tak ingin itu berbalik pada kita ‘kan.

Artikel ini dimaksudkan sebagai pengingat betapa kecilnya dunia. Jika kita bisa berbuat baik, mengapa harus berbuat jahat?

Saat saya berdiskusi hebat dengan teman di sini soal ini, dia berkata “Apa yang kau katakan itu benar, Anna. Dunia itu kecil. Tetapi ego kita itu besar. Mana yang dipilih?”

Anda sendiri bagaimana?

Selamat berhari Minggu!

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